Here are some resources on the 2012 hoax:2012 Hoax
Debunking the "2012 Doomsday"
Rumors of an apocalypse in 2012 are being spread by people in order to make money.
Don't be Scammed!
There are some things you need to know about the rumors of the "end of the world" or "Doomsday" in 20121.
The "2012 doomsday" is a hoax, a fraud, and an absolute con job. It is a cruel and disgusting lie being promoted by scam artists after money; First they scare people to death that something terrible is going to happen, then publish books and videos on "how to survive the apocalypse". Get the scam?! You're not going to fall for something like that… right?
]2012: Six End-of-the-World Myths Debunked
for National Geographic News
November 6, 2009
The end of the world is near—December 21, 2012, to be exact—according to theories based on a purported ancient Maya prediction and fanned by the marketing machine behind the soon-to-be-released 2012 movie.
But could humankind really meet its end in 2012—drowned in apocalyptic floods, walloped by a secret planet, seared by an angry sun, or thrown overboard by speeding continents?
]Astronomy, Fallacies, & 2012 Doomsday Prediction
End of the World Hoaxes, Mayan Calendar, & Astronomical Urban Myths
Purveyors of 2012 doomsday scenarios provide scientific sounding astronomical myths to lend their end of the world predictions an aura of authenticity. It just ain't so!
Many recent books and the major Hollywood movie, 2012, purvey alleged Mayan predictions that the world will end on the 2012 winter solstice, December 21, 2012. These claims intertwine the Mayan calendar with some rather dubious astronomy.